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World golf turns its back on Donald Trump, a “notorious cheater”




By Laurent Pouët (Le Figaro)


Dn the cozy lounge of the Saint-Andrews clubhouse, the venerable members of the Royal & Ancient – who dictate and oversee the universal rules of the game of golf – have decided: the legendary Ailsa Course at the Trump Turnberry complex, in Scotland, where has already played the British Open four times (1977, 1986, 1994 and 2009), will not soon host the oldest tournament in the world. A decision made a few days after the attack on the Capitol, in the wake of that of the officials of the American professional golf (PGA) who withdrew from the Trump National of Bedminster (New Jersey) their USPGA 2022 championship. “Our brand was at stake” , explained Seth Waugh, general manager, sticking publicly to commercial reasons rather than evoking the political context.

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